Offshore Energy Conference

Guided by this year’s theme “Explore. Inspire. Transform.” the Offshore Energy conference caters to different target groups of energy professionals across the oil & gas, wind, and marine energy industries. Delegates can expect three content-packed days offering technical knowledge, business intelligence and networking with like-minded peers.

Offshore Energy 2018 brings four keynotes sessions, on Gas, Oil, Offshore Wind, and Marine Energy.

Gas Event and Oil Event
The Gas and Oil Keynotes are two new features at Offshore Energy. Both keynotes sessions will offer supply and demand forecasts, present hot regions for business and discuss the place of oil and gas in the overall energy mix. Keynote speakers will address the most important strategic and commercial challenges associated with the current and future hydrocarbons industry.

Offshore Wind Event
The 9th annual Offshore Wind Event – previously known as Offshore WIND Conference – brings together the entire offshore wind value chain to discuss current and future wind farm developments. In addition to key project updates, topics include future-proofing business models for subsidy-free offshore wind, redesigning electricity markets for abundant offshore wind and solutions for storage

Marine Energy Event

The 4th annual Marine Energy Event provides an up-to-date market outlook for marine renewable energy projects – focusing on the latest developments in wave, tidal, ocean thermal, and salinity gradient power generation. Delegates can expect real-world case studies from across the globe as well as insights into the drivers for investors and supply chain to become involved in marine energy projects.


The Master Classes bring together masters and young talents in the offshore oil, gas and renewable energy industry for an informal exchange of ideas and experiences, both technical and non-technical. The Master Classes are meant for final year students, starters and young professionals with under six years work experience and holding a Bachelor or Master degree or studying for it.


The thematic sessions address topics along the lifecycles of oil & gas fields and offshore renewables projects, from discovery and development to decommissioning. Sessions are combined with breakfast, lunch or tea across industries.


Source: Navingo